Non Fiction

A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching by Rosemary Musco

The book's first thing that stands out is the humour laced into every paragraph. This begins with the introduction itself. The author enjoys the topic, or that is what shines through the entire book.I chose to read this because of this topic. I have seen pigeons around (who hasn't?!), and if someone recommended I pigeon… Continue reading A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching by Rosemary Musco

Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel, Historical fiction

The Mermaid in the Millpond by Lucy Strange

I do not read many fiction books that target a younger audience. At least, not in comparison to the rest of the books I do get through in any given year. Surprisingly, many of the ones I have picked up come under the historical fiction category.This is one such book. One point that struck me,… Continue reading The Mermaid in the Millpond by Lucy Strange

Arts & Crafts& food

Anyone Can Crochet Amigurumi Animals by Kristi Simpson

Books on crafts are (mostly) not meant for anyone uninterested in the craft detailed inside. Therefore I'd imagine a review of such a book is also for those with interest ranging from mild to severe in the instructions provided within.I have been tempted with making amigurumi toys/dolls for a while now and made a few… Continue reading Anyone Can Crochet Amigurumi Animals by Kristi Simpson